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1001 Java Programmers Tips

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I was writing and delivering Java applets way before I knew much about Java... just
from reading these tips. I love this book! (even though it's OLD). It's still worth it,
ESPECIALLY if you need to deliver applets that will run in all browsers (using 1.02-safe
code). The book includes application tips as well. The publisher is NOT going to update
this book, but they do have plans for a new book due fall of '99 called The Java
Programmers Bible (not the same as IDG's Java Bible) and it will have 1,500 tips! (Still
no sign of it January 2000 and the older book is now out of print)(cowgirl May 1999)

More info at Amazon.com
More info at Amazon.co.uk
More info at FatBrain.com
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